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A really fun logo project for a small chocolate maker. The client wanted to combine her chocolate brand with her love of storytelling, and suggested using constellations as a visual. I thought that each individual...
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A series of posters I designed for the Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition. I pitched the idea of a set of thought-provoking conceptual images with traffic safety messages underlying them, then sketched and rendered...
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Label designs for a series of extremely hoppy brews from Ology Brewing, the Double Dry-Hopped NEIPA. We wanted something that made a strong, clear statement about this line of beer, and the winning idea...
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Label design for Ology Brewing's line of barrel-aged american sour ale. My first time working with bottles and one of my favorite projects. The illustrations are created by artist and muralist extraordinaire Jordan Atkinson. The...
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I had the incredible opportunity to work on the brand for a fledgeling brewery, and the result has been a long and fruitful partnership. Ology Brewing asked me and my fellow freelancer Erin Pace...
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This project was a labor of love. The concept began life as a few sketches during a conversation with my friend and client. Next was a whirlwind process of location-scouting, model-wrangling, photographer-hiring, wardrobe-shopping, set-acquiring,...
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Some type for the Tallahassee Addy Awards. The booklet cover was designed in partnership with fellow design mercenary Erin Pace of Lily & Sushi Design; we took inspiration from India's colorful & wild hand-painted...
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Identity for an unusual school teaching circus arts and drumming. The red characters are actually stylized illustrations of a figure performing on the silks and a seated hand...
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I've done my share of political work, and it very often leaves me feeling a little bit dirty. Scurrilous attack ads, smiling politicians posing with their families, empty slogans; political messaging rarely feels sincere...
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Gig posters have always been fun for me. A gig poster can be anything you want, as long as it draws attention in some way. Some of these are extremely old (the Blind Melon...
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A bunch of work created for Fat Noodle, the restaurant that introduced me to tonkatsu. A lot of really cool logos came out during the design process, here's a few of the unused...
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Branding package for an Italian/Southern fine dining spot. The flower illustration was created by the very talented Marcus...
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Logo design & some interior decor pieces for what I'm pretty certain is the only world war II themed arcade bar that will ever...
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An ancient site UI for a social travel startup that never quite gained steam. My newspaper layout origins (and the late 00's aesthetic) are evident in the extremely tight spacing on this design. This...
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A set of wireframes created for the UI of the Florida Chamber website. I designed all of these in a marathon one-day session in the room with representatives from the client and the company...
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A set of social image templates created for a healthcare client. Deliverables included a toolkit to allow the client to use and remix the templates at...
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Early homepage wireframe for a company dealing in donor analytics. My goal was to create a hyper-clean, approachable corporate feel. The site redesign unfortunately wound up on the back burner, so it never made...
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Back in the late 00's I worked at a payments startup called eLayaway. I designed a ton of art assets and constantly-changing banners for the site, as well as marketing email art and layouts,...